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Reflection
  • The Persons Who Changed the Lives of Terrorists and Criminals 02/01/2018
    Key words: violence, transformation, consciousness, inter-faith dialogue

  • Past, Present, and Future of the LGBT Community 04/15/2016
    This article focuses on issues of Human Rights, Gender, Sustainable Development, and Peace Education, as they relate to the LGBT community.

  • Realities of Peace and Development: Chaos is Our Lives 12/02/2013
    In this article, Akiko Abe looks back at her work in peace and development and reflects on the many challenges that we continue to face, both personal and collective. Recalling the characters and stories of a broad range of people living in conflict affected areas, Abe emphasizes the dissonant interplay of dreams and realities, and the need to embrace the chaos of their contradiction in order to continue along mankind's unfinished journey towards peace.

  • Nonviolent Resistance and the Rise of the Feminine 06/01/2012
    Rebecca Reeves reflects on the Great Shift of 2012, the balance of masculine and feminine qualities in social and political struggle, and the potential for meaningful transformation in the way peace is conceived of and practiced.

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